OPSGEAR® Product Overview: SUUNTO Vector Watch - Black





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Published on Mar 28, 2012

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Suunto's original Wristop Computer, the Vector changed the face of sport watches forever with its groundbreaking combination of features, including an altimeter, barometer, electronic compass, digital log book, and watch. Introduced in 1998, the Vector was the first watch to make it to the summit of Mt. Everest. The Suunto Vector is truly an instrument ready for any kind of outdoor activity. Hiking, climbing, skiing, skydiving all share one common feature; in order to practice them safely, you need accurate, real-time information about the surroundings. And this is where the Vector delivers. Regardless whether you are climbing mountains, riding a muddy bike track, or skiing off piste, Suunto Vector will not let you down even in the toughest of the tough situations. Its ergonomic design with a large display and convenient control buttons makes it easy to use even in the harshest and toughest conditions. It has an electro-luminescent backlight and a user-replaceable battery.FEATURES
Altimeter: Altitude, vertical speed, altitude alarm, logbook, vertical difference measurement, automatic 24h altitude memory, temperature compensation. Logbook capacity 8 kB, recording intervals 20s, 1min, 10min and 60min, with respective times 10h, 12h, 7 days and 10 days
Barometer: Sea level pressure, absolute pressure, pressure difference, pressure trend indicator, 4-day barometric memory, temperature
Compass: Cardinal bearing, North-South arrow, bearing tracking, declination setting
Chronograph: Stopwatch, countdown timer, calendar, three daily alarms
Easy-to-read display with backlight, electroluminescent
User-replaceable battery with Low Battery Indicator
Water resistant to 30 m (100 ft)
Weight 1.9 oz / 55g

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